365 Employee Awards
Baily, Family Net Counselor
Ariel, Family Net Case Manager
These employees have forged a team that is not only dedicated to the families they serve but are dependable, resourceful and inspire others. They take time to mentor and develop the next generation of leaders and change makers.
Care Manager - Central Intake
Sabrina demonstrated the patient care we provide at Gracepoint. Noticing the patient wasn't feeling she made sure the patient had a self care package quickly to help her feel a little better. She reassured the patient, assisted her in speaking with a family member and stayed with her until she felt more comfortable. This is only one of many examples.
Lisa M., Nurse Supervisor
Lisa an employee for 15 years is known for going above and beyond not only for patients, but for her entire team. During Covid, staffing challenges, etc doesn’t stop Lisa for going the extra mile without being asked. She prioritizes getting patients to a bed and providing them the care they deserve. She is an essential part of our evening shift crew, and provides support wherever and whenever it is needed.
Carly R., Therapist
Community Action Team (CAT)
As a 9 year employee, Carly’s passion and commitment to her work is evident in her tireless effort to ensure quality of care and support for her families. Recently, Carly and her team worked a case that proved to be incredibly emotionally and physically taxing. Carly surpassed the standard in service delivery through her flexibility in providing therapy in a variety of settings. Shortly after the case was closed with no obligation, Carly provided support and assistance to the parent. Carly sets the bar for excellence!.
Julian N., Care Manager
What sets Julian apart is his compassion not only for clients, but his Gracepoint colleagues. He is the first to notice someone feeling overwhelmed or needing support, and immediately asks how he can help. An example of Julian’s advocacy and dedication: a new admission to our inpatient program was having difficulty following program rules, and working with his treatment team. Julian stepped in built a rapport and over the next few months, the client made tremendous progress and was able to be successfully discharged home to family. Way to go, Julian.
Amanda P., Nurse Supervisor
.She helps patients and their parents better understand current and future treatment goals. Her positive and optimistic attitude makes it a delight to work with her. Even on difficult days, she demonstrates a level of professionalism that is unmatched. Recently, Amanda provided compassionate care to a parent very concerned about her child. Spoke several times a day with mom patiently answering every question, followed up with treatment team to ensure parent’s concerns were fully addressed. Amanda is considerate with her nurses and other team members. She identifies areas of concern, implements solutions and works well with those who need assistance. She is competent, compassionate, an ideal supervisor, and an example to all who work with her